This week Roger Creager and his singin' buddy, Cody Johnson, hope to take their man-duet "If You Had to Choose," to the top but they'll have to hold off big pushes from Aaron Watson, Cameran Nelson, and Green River Ordinance...
Tops in Texas
For the third consecutive week Wade Bowen and Randy Rogers keep their man-duet "Lady Bug" at No. 1. Big ups to the guys on that accomplishment. But where do the rest of the biggest songs lie? Casey Donahew, Bart Crow or Curtis Grimes are all vying for that No...
This week, after two weeks on top, Aaron Watson's "Freight Train" loses steam; dropping all the way to No. 7. This opens the door to Josh Ward, Pat Green, and Wade Bowen to sneak in. So, who has the biggest song in Texas this week? Let’s find out.
Mario Flores hopes to hold off Aaron Watson, James Lann and Roger Creager and keep the No.1 song in Texas this week. Can he do it? Let's find out.
Zane Williams, Jayton, and Jill remain on top for a second straight week. But the power-duo of Wade Bowen and Randy Rogers are hangin' around at the two hole, and appear to have their sights set on returning to the top spot. And Sunny Sweeney, Jon Wolfe and Kevin Fowler are looking to get to that No. 1 spot too? Where do they all stack up this week? Let’s find out.
This week we #TBT to May 2014, when Cody Johnson sang our National Anthem in front thousands upon thousands of hard-core Texas Rangers fans. All the way back when Josh Hamilton was an Angel.
A lot of movement this week as Cody Johnson, Casey Donahew and Jason Cassidy all look to unseat Brandon Rhyder's "Haggard" as the No.1 song in Texas. Were any of these guys able to pass Rhyder and land the coveted top spot? Let’s find out.
This week Brandon Rhyder makes a BIG move toward the No. 1 spot. But is it enough to overtake Cody Johnson and Jason Cassidy? Plus we see huge jumps from Casey Donahew Band and Jason Boland and the Stragglers. So, who landed at the coveted top spot? Let’s find out.
This week Will Hoge hopes to keep his now ironically titles song on top for a second straight week. But Kyle Park, Josh Ward and Turnpike Troubadours all have their sights set on No. 1 as well. So who’s at the top? Let's find out.
After an impressive three week run at No. 1 Bart Crow has finally been overtaken -- by a newcomer to the Texas charts no less. So who's at the top? Here's clue number two, it's either Will Hoge, Kyle Park or Turnpike Troubadours.